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The unmount function unmounts non-required filesystems and removes the
appropriate entry from the filesystem table (
equivalent). The syntax is simply
unmount: class:: mounthost:filesystem deletedir=true/false deletefstab=true/false force=true/false
The options allow you to temporarily unmount a directory without actually
removing it from the filesystem table. The option
force is not currently
implemented and will likely have to be system dependent.
unmount: physics:: libraryserver:/$(site)/libraryserver/data
If the device is busy then the actual unmount will not take place until it becomes free, or the machine is rebooted. This feature should work on AIX systems, in spite of these machines inherent peculiarities in the form of the filesystem table.
Some users do not mount filesystems on a directory of the same name as the source directory. This can lead to confusion. Note, if you have problems removing a mounted filesystem, try using the mountpoint of the filesystem, rather than the name of the filesystem itself, in the unmount command.
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